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Enviro-Mich message from "Alexander J. Sagady" <ajs@sagady.com>

Ontario declares a Smog Advisory for Southern Ontario, including
the Windsor-Sarnia transborder region....

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>Date: Sat, 27 May 2006 17:04:24 UT
>From: admin@airqualityontario.com
>To: ajs@sagady.com
>Subject: ** Smog Advisory **
>Please do not reply to this e-mail. For general inquiries about smog alerts, or if you are experiencing technical difficulties, e-mail: AqWeather.Office@ene.gov.on.ca. For media inquiries call the media line at (416) 314-6666.
>A SMOG ADVISORY* has been issued by the Ontario Ministry of the
>Environment for the following forecast regions: 
>For: Sunday May 28, 2006
>Barrie - Orillia - Midland
>Belleville - Quinte - Northumberland
>City of Hamilton
>City of Toronto
>Dufferin - Innisfil 
>Dunnville - Caledonia - Haldimand
>Grey - Bruce
>Halton - Peel
>Huron - Perth
>Kingston - Prince Edward
>London - Middlesex
>Oxford - Brant
>Parry Sound - Muskoka - Huntsville 
>Peterborough - Kawartha Lakes 
>Sarnia - Lambton
>Simcoe - Delhi - Norfolk
>Waterloo - Wellington
>York - Durham
>The SMOG ADVISORY (issued on a previous date) for the 
>following forecast region(s) is still in effect:
>Elgin: From May 27, 2006
>Windsor - Essex - Chatham - Kent: From May 27, 2006
>Advisories will remain in effect until further notice.
>For more details visit the Air Quality Ontario website at: 
>During the smog episode, individuals may experience eye 
>irritation. Heavy outdoor exercise may cause respiratory 
>symptoms such as coughing or shortness of breath. People 
>with heart or lung disease including asthma may experience 
>a worsening of their condition.
>* A Smog Advisory means that there is a strong likelihood 
>that there may be poor air quality within the next 24 hours 
>due to ground-level ozone and/or particulate matter.
>Spare the Air Actions
>During a smog advisory, there are a number of actions that you can 
>take to help spare the air.
>Travel tips - all year round:
>- leave your car at home - walk, cycle, carpool or take public transit
>- tele-conference instead of driving to meetings
>- limit car trips by doing all your errands at once, and do 
>not let your engine idle
>- keep your car well tuned, check your tire pressure and 
>drive at moderate speeds
>Health tips:
>- avoid exposure to vehicle exhaust fumes 
>- consult your doctor for specific health advice
>- wear light clothing at work while air conditioning is reduced 
>- avoid strenuous exercise in the heat of the day 
>Electricity saving tips:
>- save electricity at home by setting your air conditioner
>temperature a few degrees higher (health permitting) and turning 
>off lights you are not using
>Other pollution reduction tips:
>- leave lawn mowing for another day
>- restrict the use of gasoline-powered equipment
>- delay using oil-based paints, solvents and cleaners
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